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Wastewater Management : With Special Reference to Tanneries

S N Kaul; Tapas Nandy; L Szpyrkowicz; A Gautam and D R Khanna

ISBN 10: 8171419186 / ISBN 13: 9788171419180
Published by Discovery, New Delhi, 2005
Condition: As New Hardcover
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Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Geographical distribution of tanneries in India. 3. Process description. 4. Sources of wastes. 5. Pollution effects. 6. Pollution control and abatement. 7. Treatment methods recommended for tannery waste. 8. Joint wastewater management for tannery complex. 9. Economic assessment of recovery systems. 10. Cleaner technologies. 11. Waste minimization. 12. Demonstration of common effluent treatment plant for tannery wastewater design details. 13. Scale up formulations for anaerobic systems. 14. Cost benefit analysis for treatment of tannery wastewater. 15. Some assorted aspects of tannery waste management in India. 16. Biochemical removal of nitrogen from industrial effluents a full scale plant performance and stability/L. Szpyrkowicz and S.N. Kaul. 17. Recovery of useful by products from tannery wastes/R.A. Daryapurkar T. Nandy C.V. Deshpande P.P. Pathe and S.N. Kaul. 18. Chromium recovery from spent chrome Tan liquor/T. Nandy S.N. Kaul P.P. Pathe and Malika Begam. 19. Recovery of chromium from Chrome Tan wastewater/P.P. Pathe T. Nandy S.N. Kaul and L. Szpyrkowicz. 20. Wastewater treatment for tannery effluent with a recourse to chrome and biogas recovery/T. Nandy S.N. Kaul and L. Szpyrkowicz. 21. Wastewater management in cluster of tanneries in Tamil Nadu through implementation of common effluent treatment plants a case study/Tapas Nandy S.N. Kaul Sunita Shastry U. Manivel and C.V. Deshpande. 22. Waste management in tanneries experience and outlook/S.N. Kaul Tapas Nandy R.D. Vyas and L. Szpyrkowicz. 23. Properties of chromium sludge from Chrome Tan wastewater/P.P. Pathe T. Nandy and S.N. Kaul. 24. Sludge Management for Tanneries in Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs)/A. Ghosh. 25. Future research needs. 26. Environmental auditing. 27. How much do effluent treatment plant unit costs/P. Nawghare R.D. Vyas Tapas Nandy and S.N. Kaul. 28. Financial apportionment available methods/S.N. Kaul T. Nandy and L. Szpyrkowicz. 29. Implementation operation and maintenance of CETP/S.N. Kaul T. Nandy and L. Szpyrkowicz. 30. Plant operation and maintenance including safety/N.G. Swarnakar. 31. Electro chemical oxidation of tannery wastewater/N.N. Rao K.M. Somasekhar S.N. Kaul and L. Szpyrkowicz. 32. Electro chemical treatment of tannery wastewater using Ti/Pt and Ti/Pt/Ir electrodes/L. Szpyrkowicz Jeremi Naumczyk and Francesco Zilio Grandi. 33. Electro chemical processes for tannery wastewater treatment/Lidia Szpyrkowicz Jeremi Naumczyk and Francesco Zilio Grandi. 34. Recovery of quality water from tannery wastewater adopting photochemical oxidation and membrane system/S. Rajamani E. Ravindranath R. Suthanthararajan B. Umamaheswari and K. Chitra. 35. Performance of electro chemical reactor for treatment of tannery wastewaters/Lidia Szpyrkowicz Geoffrey H. Kelsall Santosh N. Kaul and Marco De Faveri. 36. Some important data pertaining to tanneries. Tanning is an ancient craft in India being practised for many centuries as an industrial operation at the village level has today acquired the status of a mature industry playing an important role in country's economy. The industry is unevenly scattered in the country and existing in the large medium small and cottage sectors. Although the tanning industry has been in existence for long the problem of environmental pollution received serious consideration only in recent years. The considerable damage caused to the water courses due to the pollutants from large number of tanneries in the country necessitates to find a solution to the problem of disposal of tannery wastes. The development of the tanning industry and an attempt to delineate appropriate waste management options should go hand in hand for maintaining proper ecological balance. The book presents an overview of the tanning industry its characteristics pollution impacts processes and various treatment methods and disposal techniques which have been experimental or put into practice over the past few dec. Bookseller Inventory # 56502

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Title: Wastewater Management : With Special ...

Publisher: Discovery, New Delhi

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Hardbound

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